Executive Summary makes Sustainability Report more accessible

The increasing reporting demands of a Sustainability Report is great for boosting transparency and focusing on quantifiable actions but can make it harder for stakeholders across the value chain to understand, especially if English is not their native language.  

For multinational plastic packaging solutions provider RETAL, who operates 12 production sites in nine countries and serves customers in over 70 countries, its Sustainability Report is an important way to inform stakeholders of its strong mitigating actions and ambitious goals across its business.  

RETAL’s latest Sustainability Report (for the period 2021) has recently been published and is available here for download, and, at 80 pages, is an informative document that explains the company’s progressive approach. This is the first year that an Executive Summary has been produced to accompany it; following the same format and reporting information, it can be easily shared, understood and translated, with each local plant able to offer it to their customers.  

Sustainability Director Emmanuel Duffaut says, “The most important thing is that everyone who wants to know what we’re doing in terms of sustainability can find out quickly and easily. The Executive Summary is clear and shows what we’re doing now and what we expect to achieve going forwards. It’s a great addition to the Sustainability Report as it a baton to pass to our customers; we’re all keen to contribute to a responsible plastic circular economy as much as possible.” 

The RETAL Sustainability Report 2021 Executive Summary is available for download here. 

For further information, please contact Maria Jarrar at media@retalgroup.com